Dermablend brought Zombie Boy Rick Genest back from the land of the dead with four tubes of their leg and body gunk for their "Go Beyond the Cover" campaign.
Incredible, unbelievable, and inspirational is just a few words we could use to describe Italo Romano. After losing his legs in a train accident, this 23-year-old Brazilian skateboarding genius is proving that nothing is impossible.
More informal than a loafer but dressier than a sneaker, the Moral Code Woodrow Moccasin can fill in at any casual affair. Each pair is hand-sewn from premium hand-brushed and waxed leather. A classic rubber sole provides grip while a leather padded footbed and breathable lining support sock-less wear. Free of any laces or adornments, they offer a more streamlined look that can easily be paired with both jeans and shorts. Available in black, coffee, and dark brown leather as well as sand and blue suede.
Presented by Moral Code.
Developed for whisky drinkers that prefer a chilled dram, Norlan's Rauk tumbler takes its name from the old Scottish word for rock. The glass is made of crystal and precision modeled to touch down on four crystal points, making surface contact but providing the appearance that it's hovering. The Rauk also has extruded v-shaped markings inside that offer friction points for gripping slippery peels in cocktails before you muddle them back to life.
Presented by Norlan.
Fauja Singh showed everyone up at the Toronto Waterfront Marathon, not for finishing first, but for finishing at all. The 100-year-old finished the 42km race in 8 hours and 25 minutes, making him the oldest person to complete a full marathon.